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What it’s Like Being an Old School Millennial Mommy

If you would’ve asked me a year ago what kind of parent I planned on being (at 8 months pregnant) I would’ve asserted that my husband and I were committed to a more traditional approach. We weren’t interested in “millennial” concepts like participation trophies and...
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Be Proud and Open Minded

I have only seriously been with women. I think the last time I kissed a guy was in eighth grade. Romantically, I am motivated by...
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ME TOO: Two simple words that have come to mean so much

Me too: Two simple words that have come to mean so much in the past month. Did you know 1 in 6 American women have...
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Channeling Negative Energy To Pursue Your Dreams

Every relationship has its ups and its downs. It’s how you channel the negativity you experience from the downs that really make a difference in...
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Talking About More Than Just The Color Pink

During the month of October, organizations and companies across Canada and the U.S. are proudly and publicly supporting breast cancer research and charities in honor...
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The Write Dose: From her, to me, to you

Have you ever had a friend so genuine, honest, brave, and kind that she surpassed the expectations you had for people? The kind of friend...
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Finding your escape

Normality can be overwhelming. It can almost feel suffocating at times. Especially when your daily routine has become mundane. Some would think that would cause...
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How is the media really affecting your thoughts?

Like most people, parts of my daily routine consist of sitting in front of a TV, reading magazines, or mindlessly scrolling through my social media...
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Women of Washington: Maxine Waters, Sonia Sotomayor and Tammy Duckworth

Reader, I challenge you to a riddle: who makes up the majority of the American population, but is starkly underrepresented in the single-most important branch...
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You Have More To Offer The World Than Your Acne

Acne is horrible. There’s no other way to describe it. Unless you’re comparing it to war, famine, poverty, or disease it doesn’t seem so bad....